My hair seems to go through phases where it will beg for gobs of conditioner and other times I can almost go completely without. I've heard so much about Moroccan Argan Oil lately and I'm always interested in learning about products that will help me with the health, overall appearance/feel and strength of my hair. Moroccan Argan Oil is derived from the Argan tree, first reported in 1510. It has culinary uses, medicinal and as a cosmetic oil for skin and hair.
First of all, for some reason I've always preferred spray in conditioners. To me, they feel far more weightless than a traditional conditioner. After using this product for several weeks, I must say a little goes a long way. Just a few quick spritzes and my hair felt silkier. Indeed, it feels far more weightless than a traditional conditioner. It seems like drugstore spray-in conditioners faded out for a while and were hard to find, so I resorted to salon brands, costing 1-1/2 to 2 times the cost of Acure Organics Argan Stem Cell Leave In Conditioner, which is only $9.99. Granted it's a lot smaller than what I'm accustomed to buying, but I expect it to last twice as long.
The salon brand I was buying likely contained a large portion of water and goodness knows what artificial ingredients., whereas Acure Organics Argan Stem Cell Leave in Conditioner is packed with organic, fair-trade ingredients, including essential oils:
Organic Euterpe oleracea(Acai) Berry, Organic Rubus fruticosus(Blackberry), Organic Rosa canina(Rosehips), Organic Punica granatum(Pomegranate), Organic Fair Trade Certified™ Rooibos, Organic Aloe BarbadensisVera Leaf, vegetable glycerin, 100% natural betaine(from sugar beets), capric/caprylic triglycerides (fractionated cocos nucifera (coconut) oil),hydroxypropyl starch phosphate (from non-gmocorn starch), d-panthenol (provitamin b5), sucroselaurate (from sugar & coconuts), fair-trade certified organic olea europaea (olive) fruit oil (extra virgin), ethyl lauroyl arginate (from natural amino acid), & natural sclerotiom gum (fermented sugar),Ubiquinone (CoQ10), spinosa (Argan) Stem Cell, Organic Argania spinosa (Argan) oil, Arganiaspinosa (Argan) Stem Cell Culture, CymbopogonSchoenanthus (Lemongrass), Lavendula Dentata(French Lavender), Evernia Prunastri(Oakmoss), & Rosmarinus Officinalis(Rosemary) Essential Oils
Despite the use of essential oils, I don't feel like this spray has an overbearing scent and a very light scent at that.
I feel like I can use this product daily in small doses throughout my hair's mood swings without over-moisturizing it or causing oiliness. The dullness of my hair, which has long since been color treated, is beginning to shine. In addition, I'm noticing a lot less clumps of hair falling out in the shower, which is a HUGE plus for me!
I really like this product and will continue to use and replenish it! I'd be VERY interested in discovering more of their products, as well.
About Acure Organics: Acure Organics is a family owned and operated company founded on sustainable principles to provide the highest quality fair trade, natural and certified organic personal care products.
Our products are created with great care and are a reflection of our values. Each of our products is free from animal testing, parabens, sulfates, phthalates, synthetic fragrances, harmful preservatives and artificial colors.
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“I founded Acure Organics as a way to honor my grandmother, who battled breast cancer for over 10 years. I wanted to help raise money for breast cancer research and awareness while also providing healthy products that promote healthier living and a greener planet. We are proud to donate to Bright Pink and to help provide free mammograms to at risk women.” —Kristy Guerra
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